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Listed below, are current FUEL Athletes that have been trained, developed and enhanced by the FUEL Sports Perfomance program. These athletes have demonstrated the dedication and commitment to In-SeasonTraining, Off-Season Training, Skill Enhancement Training (SET), Progressive Skill Development Training, Speed.Agility.Quickness (SAQ) and R.I.S.E-OT Weight Training. #LeaveItOnTheCourt #Success
Class of 2017, McNair is a terrific looking long-term prospect. He has very good size for the wing position and his biggest strength is his athleticism and power. A terrific leaper, McNair gets off the ground quick, finishes well in transition and is capable of highlight reel type dunks. His shot has improved, as he has deep range, good shot preparation and shoots the ball with consistency. He's an aggressive scorer off the dribble.
Class of 2018, Armed with quickness, speed, outstanding passing skills and top-notch ballhandling, Jordan is a true point guard who can create for himself or teammates. He has made significant progress over the past year as a scorer, and he already shows a penchant for running a team. He's a big-time talent and among the best guards in Hampton Roads.
Class of 2018, shooting guard prospect Bryant has as much upside as anyone. At 6-foot-2, Bryant is a terrific athlete with impressive leaping ability. He moves his feet well laterally, has good length and plays hard, which all helps him on the defensive end. At this stage, Bryant is a consistent long-range shooter and is certainly capable of hitting a streak of jumpers. He's good in space and makes play after play in transition. He finshes extremely well with body control.
Class of 2019, Epps went from primarily a scoring guard to a true point guard. Epps is athletic and quick, plays at a great pace and understands how to change speeds and use fakes to get where he wants. Epps showed very good vision, passing skills and decision making during his time on the summer circuit. Epps is also equipped to score offensively, as he's a good shooter from three and comfortable making pull-up jumpers from mid-range.
Class of 2018, Wade has long arms, can play on the wing at 6'2, and is skilled in the mid-range. Wade also plays hard and has a good feel for the game. Wade can stretch the floor with his shooting range. He can also fill up the basket with dribble penetration and exercise excellent body control. For a wing he uses his body extremely well to finish around the rim.
Class of 2016, Chavis a wing prospect, has an impressive basketball frame, as he stands 6-foot-5, has a wide set of shoulders, good length and is strong. A good athlete, Chavis is effective slashing to the basket, finishing at the rim and in transition. Chavis also continues to improve as a shooter. Chaviss also does a good job rebounding from the perimeter. His upside and potential is limitless.
Class of 2016, Townes is a strong power forward who muscles smaller opponents. He's tough to stop around the basket due to his size, strength and motor. Townes can really rebound the ball and gets points on putbacks, while consistently doing a nice job on the defensive glass. On offense he's not just a scorer around the basket, as he can hit mid-range jumpers and passes very well from the high post. He can also stretch the floor from the three-point ARC.
Class of 2016, Grant slick, quick backcourt performer who has grown into an excellent scorer and playmaker with impressive athleticism. Grant is a terrific finisher and arguably the best lay up maker in high school basketball. He does a great job of adjusting his shots at the rim and plays well through contact. Grant also improved as a playmaker and a passer. We love his confidence and unflappable demeanor along with his tough defense.
Class of 2021, Cutler is regarded as one of the top point guards in the 2021 recruiting class of Virginia. Cutler is a crafty ball handler with deceptive quickness and is extremely athletic. Cutler is an attacking lead guard that hunts long-range shots and looks for opportunities to drive the ball. He can score it at a high-level, but when he's focused on it, he' a talented passer with good vision.
Class of 2019, Butts is loaded with potential and upside. At 6-foot-4, Butts has tremendous size and length for a wing prospect or play as a face up four. Butts has a versatile scoring attack that allows him to score it by driving the ball from wing, make jump shots and even score it some from the block. He has impressive leaping ability and is quick off his feet. Butts is a good rebounder and he consistently looks to take defensive rebounds and start the break.